Monday, December 10, 2018

Expats

The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

UAE: not a sanctuary for tax fugitives

British tax fugitives, you have no place in the UAE, senior UK officials have warned. A high-level delegation from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC),...

Dubai real estate news

Even by the level of conspicuous consumption prevalent in Dubai’s fitful property market, apartments at the Royal Atlantis stand out. Together with the 795-room...

UAE labor law: annual leave

 Annual leave is a hot topic that we hear about regularly. Many people have questions about their rights to paid leave. Here is everything you...

Why your UAE visa application may be rejected

Millions come to UAE from around the world every year. Be it as a tourist or to settle in the country as an expat,...

Brit facing jail in Dubai for ‘brushing past man in bar’...

A BRIT tourist awaiting trial in Dubai for touching a man's hip in a bar has said "I just want to be back with...

UAE: UK companies more favourable after Brexit

British companies in the UAE will be likely have a preferred status following Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU), also known as Brexit,...

Despite abuses, expelled Ethiopians hope to be smuggled back to Saudi...

The number of Ethiopians being smuggled and trafficked to the Middle East has surged in recent years, as brokers lure the poor and unemployed...

Meet the richest Indian expatriates in the UAE!

The stories of how these prolific businessmen made their life in the UAE are inspiring. For the quick list of names in a table...

Ties with Saudi Arabia ‘as old as Pakistan’: PM

Relations with Saudi Arabia are “as old as Pakistan is,” Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi told Arab News. As such, it was “natural” for him...

Parents of Briton facing 3 years jail warns tourists against visiting...

Jamie Harron, 27, is facing three years behind bars in Dubai for public indecency. His parents Graham and Patricia (pictured) have told how they...

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